Rap on rap: straight-up talk on hip-hop culture

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Delta, Mar 1, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 270 pages
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An anthology of essays, editorials, and criticism--by Anna Quindlen, Nathan McCall, Sister Souljah, Ice-T, and William Safire, among others--provides a provocative study of the diverse forms and meaning of rap music and the culture that spawned it. Original.

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Adam Sexton teaches writing at the New School and New York University. He has also written on arts and entertainment for the" New York Times", the "Village Voice", and the "Boston Phoenix".

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